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RHOS-ON-SEA.

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LLYSFAEN.

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LLANDUDNO JUNCTION.

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LLANDUDNO JUNCTION. CHRISTMAS TREE.—In connection with the Mission Church a very successful Christ- mas Tree was held on Tuesday. A service was held at three o'clock, after which about 150 children formed in procession and marched down to the Pensarn School, where a heavily laden Christmas Tree had been erected. At the hands of Father Christmas (Mr James) each child received a present off the tree and a b,Z of sweets, an orange, and a packet of toffee. Among the ladies and gentlemen who worked for the success of the event were Mr James, Mr and Mrs Finney, Mr J. E. Johnson, Mrs and Miss S. Nevitt, Mrs and Miss R. Higgins, Mrs Ellis, Mrs and Miss M. Broome, Mrs Melay, Mrs J. Jones, Miss G. Keen, Mrs Thomas, Mrs and Miss Moore, Mrs Evans, Miss Clement, and Mrs Barnes. SATURDAY'S CUP-TIE.-On Saturday afternoon upon the Woodlands Park Ground, the Junction Reserves Team meet St. Asaph City Team in the North Wales Coast Junior Cup-tie when a good game is anticipated.

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LLANDDOGET.